What is InfraGard?

The InfraGard program is a public/private cooperative effort dedicated to improving our national security. InfraGard consists of Chapters throughout the United States and has thousands of members. The FBI leads the U.S. Government side of InfraGard.

The private sector side of InfraGard is led by a non-profit corporation, the InfraGard National Members Alliance, which consists of local InfraGard Members Alliances (IMAs) throughout the country. An InfraGard “Chapter” refers to the local FBI, the local IMA, and the local InfraGard members working together. “InfraGard” is a registered service mark of the FBI.

President’s Message

Chuck Baley, President InfraGard Los Angeles
Chuck Baley

While we welcome the return to our lives with our individual adaptations of normal. We are grateful to and applaud the hard work of our members, partners and collaborators who keep us up to date with critical infrastructure and key resource information sharing amidst the twists and turns of staying safe from the pandemic that changed all our lives in one form or another.

InfraGard L.A. (IGLA) has also adapted our awareness and training business model to become a leader of the 80 chapters at providing events virtually. In 2021 IGLA Hosted 121 events to 8,687 attendees. Thanks go to the inventiveness of members, sector chiefs, vendors, our Board of Directors, partners, and especially IGLA VP of Training and Events, Phil Siegel who led the creation of our virtual platform. Phil is currently working on new advances in the secure virtual platform so stay tuned by visiting the website at www.infragardlosangeles.org and reading about daily updates via the IGLA Daily Brief that is delivered to members in good standing with the FBI membership list. If you are not receiving INMA announcements or the Daily Brief, please log into the FBI Portal at www.infragard.org to update your information.

We appreciate your continued support and membership and commit our best to you to maintain our chapter&rsqup;s recognition among the 80 InfraGard chapters nationally.

Chuck Baley
InfraGard Los Angeles Members Alliance
FBI Los Angeles Division

Active shooter mitigation video

Office of Private Sector

InfraGard Los Angeles News

    8/9/2023 to 9/17/2023
  • [Encore] Open-Source Information (OSIF) Lab 4: Finding People & Social Media Intelligence (SOCMINT) - Sept. 8-16, 2023 ONLINE - If you missed this class, or just want to view it again, this ENCORE event is a recording of a live class. It is available on-demand from Sept 8-16. You can watch it at your convenience as many times as you like during that period. The cost is $20.    Details
  • 8/18/2023 to 9/14/2023
  • Digital Footprint & Removal (Finding, Protecting and Removing your personal information online) - Sept. 13, 2023 ONLINE - A comprehensive course that demystifies the concept of finding your personal information online, protecting your data and “opting out” – a term often heard in the world of Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT).    Details
  • 8/18/2023 to 9/21/2023
  • OSINT Tools 1 (Utilizing Open-Source Intelligence Tools) - Sept. 20, 2023 ONLINE - A specialized OSINT Tools course meticulously crafted for professionals in the critical infrastructure protection sectors, law enforcement at all levels, military personnel, and corporate security analysts.    Details
  • 8/18/2023 to 9/28/2023
  • FBI Quarterly: Artificial Intelligence - Sept. 27, 2023 ONLINE - An overview of generative artificial intelligence (AI), with a focus on ChatGPT and a discussion of threat implications from this emerging technology.    Details
  • 9/18/2023 to 10/6/2023
  • Online Threat Detection 101 (And a L.A. Case Study) - Oct. 5, 2023 ONLINE - This course is for professionals navigating the intricate maze of digital threats, including those in critical infrastructure protection, law enforcement, military, and corporate security.    Details
  • 9/18/2023 to 10/18/2023
  • Infrastructure Liaison Officer (ILO) Certification Class - Oct. 17, 2023 ONLINE - This course examines violent extremism and terrorism, critical infrastructure protection, other man-made and natural hazards, and the threats posed by nefarious nation-states (e.g., espionage, war, etc.).    Details

Current Member Alert

As a reminder, members are required to log into the InfraGard portal on a regular basis. Members who have not logged into the portal in over a year are considered “dormant” and are at risk of having their InfraGard membership discontinued. Please log into the InfraGard portal at www.infragard.org and if necessary follow the “need help” steps to re-set your password and username located in green in the login portion of the page. Any additional InfraGard portal questions can be directed to infragardteam@fbi.gov.

InfraGard Los Angeles on Twitter

85% of America’s critical infrastructures and key resources (CIKR) are owned by the private sector, but law enforcement is charged with protecting them in order to keep our country functioning. The need for a partnership between CIKR stakeholders and law enforcement is obvious and critical. lnfraGard Los Angeles provides a vehicle for that partnership through a trusted forum for the exchange of information pertinent to CIKR protection. InfraGard members operate in all 16 DHS Critical Infrastructure Sectors as well as Los Angeles region-specific ones.

Member Alert

InfraGard Los Angeles members are reminded that it is necessary to log into the national portal at least every 90 days to maintain active membership. Visiting this chapter website is encouraged, but does not serve to keep your membership active.

Log into National Portal